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At 12:41 on January 14, 2014, Ross Spencer Shaddick said…


Great to see you Sam at the screening and as I have posted, it was a grand 'pat on the back' to us all for a job well done :)


At 14:25 on October 8, 2013, Ross Spencer Shaddick said…

Hi Sam,

It was good to meet you and a great experience doing that shoot, I'm already missing the great company and that lovely food.

All the best





At 11:31 on August 6, 2013, Gemma McAvoy said…

Hi Sam
Sorry again for the delay in getting back to you. I have now finalised my plans for Edinburgh and I'm afraid I am only actually going to be there for 1 night, and I'll be seeing BRADLEY MANNING that night. Then I have been invited to the British Council event after the show. Sorry I'm not going to get to see the show, but wish you all the very best for it.


At 11:40 on July 30, 2013, Gemma McAvoy said…

Hi Sam. Sorry for the delay in accepting your request but have been away for a few days. It's lovely to "virtually" meet you. Gemma

At 12:46 on March 21, 2013, Ryan Adams said…

Hey Sam,

No worries about not being able to send a video audition. We ideally would like to see our applicants acting ability before making final casting decisions. I don't suppose you have any of your acting work online you could send me a link to? However, thank you for your offer! We will be in touch. 


At 12:39 on March 21, 2013, Ryan Adams said…

Hey Sam,

Thanks for your interest in the role! It would be fantastic if you could possibly film a video audition from a section of the script. Could you please send me your e-mail address so I can send you a copy of the script? Don't worry about the quality of the video but it would be nice to see your acting ability. Also, would it be possible to send me a link to a showreel of your work please if you have one?

Basically the story is about one mans addiction to a breakthrough technology called iMemory - augmented digital contact lenses which have the capability to record and play back anything the user sees. The protagonist is stuck in a mundane, dull lifestyle in the present in contrast to his youthful and exciting memories from the past. He is therefore addicted to the past and constantly watching his memories. 

I look forward to hearing from you,
Thanks again,

At 15:18 on February 21, 2013, Anna Poole said…

Hi Sam,

Welcome to National Theatre Wales TEAM.

Have a look around the group to see if there are any opportunities you are interested in and to see what other TEAM members are up to around Wales. If you would like to know more about TEAM please feel free to contact me via the community or send me an e-mail to



At 22:43 on February 14, 2013, Bethan Morgan said…

Hi Sam, thanks, still working our way through all the CVs and will be in touch soon. Bx

At 23:28 on January 4, 2013, Camille Naylor said…

Hi Sam.

Thanks for the response. That's great! Would you be free to meet with my assistant director and myself this Sunday for a chat?! We can then discuss the project further with you.


At 12:49 on December 10, 2012, Hazel Monaghan said…

hey sam, how's it going? hope the shoot was fun, sorry i couldn't come. looking forward to seeing it! X

At 12:11 on December 1, 2012, carmen medway-stephens said…

Hi Sam that would be fantastic, can you make it from 5pm, we're at Bridgend College, there may be an opportunity to car share :)

At 10:41 on June 12, 2012, Rebecca Varey said…

Hi Sam,


lovely to meet you on Sat!!


Literally haven't been able to walk since the workshop - ha!


Couldn't make it last night to the class but next week i'm def gonna try and make itn so will hopefully see you then X

At 21:38 on June 1, 2012, Cory Anne Shipp said…
Just watched Fragments of Ash at Chapter. The whole cast was outstanding, moved me to tears!
Well done.
At 9:37 on January 23, 2012, Hijinx Theatre said…

Hi Sam!

At 13:38 on January 11, 2012, Jen Thornton said…

Hi Sam, 

Welcome to the Community. It's great to see you here. 

Have a look around and get stuck in. A good place to start is by joining a Group of similar people. I recommend checking out the Actors Group (which is looked after by Michael Salmon, our Company Assistant). 

You can also Write a Blog Post to update the Community, or start a discussion or debate, or see what's on and add your own events in the What's On section

As usual it's best to just dive in, but if you have any questions do give me a shout. 


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